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Princess Sophie Abelsdatter von Dänemark Abelsdatter (von Schauenburg-Holstein), af Danmark

English (default): Princess Sophie Abelsdatter, af Danmark, German: Sophie von Dänemark Abelsdatter (von Schauenburg-Holstein), af Danmark, Swedish: Abelsdotter, af Danmark
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Birthplace: Roskilde, Danmark (Denmark)
Death: after April 01, 1286
Anhalt, Deutschland(HRR)
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Daughter of Abel Valdemarsen, Konge af Danmark and Dronning Mechtild af Danmark
Wife of Bernhard I, Fürst von Anhalt-Bernburg
Mother of Bernhard II von Anhalt-Bernburg, Fürst; Prinzessin Sophie von Anhalt-Bernburg, Gräfin von Honstein-Klettenberg; Johann I von Anhalt-Bernburg, Fürst; Albrecht von Anhalt-Bernburg, Prinz, Bischof von Halberstadt; Heinrich von Anhalt-Bernburg, Prinz, Mönch von Halberstadt and 1 other
Sister of Hertug Valdemar Abelsen av Slesvig, III; Hertug Erik I Abelsøn af Danmark, af Schleswig and Lensherre Abel Abelsøn af Danmark, til Tranekær

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About Sophie Abelsdatter af Danmark

Sophie Abelsdatter af Danmark

  • Daughter of Abel Valdemarsen, Konge af Danmark and Dronning Mechtild von Schauenburg-Holstein

Married


  • Married: February 3, 1258, Bernhard Bernhard I, Fürst von Anhalt-Bernburg married Princess Sophie Abelsdatter (1240–1284), daughter of Abel, King of Denmark in Hamburg.

The marriage had the following children:

  • Johann I († June 5, 1291) - Prince of Anhalt-Bernburg (together with Bernhard II.)
  • Albrecht I of Anhalt († September 14, 1324) - Bishop of Halberstadt
  • Bernhard II. (* Around 1260, † after December 26, 1323) - Prince of Anhalt-Bernburg
  • Heinrich († March 14, 1324) - Prior of the Dominican monastery of St. Katharinen in Halberstadt
  • Rudolph
  • Sophie († after May 15, 1322) - married to Count Dietrich II von Honstein before February 28, 1282

Project MedLands, DENMARK

VALDEMAR Valdemarsen, son of VALDEMAR I "den Store/the Great" King of Denmark & his wife Sofia --- ([28 Jun] 1170-Vordingborg 28 Mar 1241, bur Ringsted Church). Fagrskinna names “Knútr konungr ok Valdimarr konungr ok Rikiza dróttning” as children of King Valdemar I and his wife[673]. "Kanutum regem" donated property to Ringsted with "fratrem regis, ducem Waldemarum, dnam Sophiam matrem regis", by charter dated 1197[674]. The Saga of King Sverre records the accession of "his brother Valdemar" after the death of "Knut King of the Danes" in the same year as Sverre King of Norway[675]. He succeeded his brother in 1202 as VALDEMAR II "Sejr/the Conqueror" King of Denmark. The Icelandic Annals record the death in 1202 of "Canutus, Valdemari filius, rex Danorum" and the succession of "Valdemarus frater eius"[676]. The Icelandic Annals record that "Valdemarus rex Dannorum" waged war in Estonia in 1219[677]. Imprisoned 1223-1225. The Icelandic Annals record that "Rex Danorum Valdemarus filiusque Valdemarus" were captured by "Henrico comite Palatino" in 1223[678]. Denmark and the Knights of the Teutonic Order agreed the division of Estonia between them in the treaty of Stensby in 1238[679]. The Icelandic Annals record the death in 1242 of "Valdemarus fortis Danorum rex Valdemari filius"[680]. The Annales Stadenses record the death "1241 V Kal Apr" of "rex Daciæ Waldemarus"[681]. The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines records the death "1240…in cena Domini" of "rex Dacie Waldemarus"[682]. The burial records of Ringsted record "Waldemarus rex…filius Waldemari" who died "VI Kal Apr" in 1241[683]. Betrothed (Hamburg 1202) to IRMGARD Pfalzgräfin, daughter of HEINRICH Herzog von Braunschweig, Pfalzgraf bei Rhein & his first wife Agnes von Staufen ([1200]-Lichtenthal 24 Feb 1260, bur Kloster Lichtenthal). The Annales Stadenses records the betrothal in Hamburg in 1202 of "duci Danorum" and "filiam fratris sui [=regis Otto] Heinrici"[684]. Although the daughter in question is not named, it is probable that it was the older daughter Irmgard. married firstly (Lübeck 1205) MARGARETA of Bohemia, daughter of PŘEMYSL OTAKAR I King of Bohemia & his first wife Adelheid von Meissen [Wettin] (-Ribe 24 May 1212, bur Ringsted Church). The Genealogica Wettinensis names "Vredislaum et filias tres" as children of "Odacarus qui postea fuit dux Bohemie" and his wife Adelheid, specifying that one daughter married "regi Dacie"[685]. The Icelandic Annals record the marriage in 1205 of "Valdemarus rex Danorum" and "Margaretam regis Boemiæ filiam" who was called "Dagmöam" by the Danes[686]. The Annales Ryenses record the marriage in 1205 of "rex Waldemarus" and "Daghmar filiam regis Boemiæ", and in a later passage the death in 1212 of "Margareta regina" specifying that she was known as Dagmar "propter præcipuam formæ pulchritudinem"[687]. A 13th century genealogy refers to the two daughters of "rex Boemie Otaker" and his wife Adelheid, specifying that "unam" married "rex Dacie"[688]. She was known as DAGMAR in Denmark. The Icelandic Annals record the death in 1212 of "Margareta Dagmö, regina Danorum"[689]. The burial records of Ringsted record "Waldemarus rex…filius Waldemari" and "prima uxor sua Dagmar" who died "IX Kal Jun" in 1213[690]. married secondly ([18/24] May 1214) Infanta dona BERENGARIA de Portugal, daughter of dom SANCHO I "o Poblador" King of Portugal & his wife Infanta doña Dulcia de Aragón (-Ringsted 27 Mar 1221, bur Ringsted Church). The Annales Ryenses record the marriage in 1214 of "rex Waldemarus secundus" and "Berengaria sorore Ferrandi comitis Flandriæ" specifying that she was known as "Bringrenila", and in a later passage her death in 1221[691]. The Icelandic Annals record the marriage in 1214 of "Valdemarus rex Danorum" and "Berengariam Portugaliæ regis filiam"[692]. “Waldemarus…Danorum Sclavorumque Rex” granted “insulam…Thund” to the church of “Arusiensis” by charter dated 23 Nov 1216, witnessed by “B. regina…”[693]. The Icelandic Annals record the death in 1220 of "Berengaria Danorum regina"[694]. The burial records of Ringsted record "Waldemarus rex…filius Waldemari" and "uxor sua secunda Berengera filia regis Portugalie, soror Feruandi comitis Flandrie" who died "VI Kal Apr" in 1220[695]. Mistress (1): ---. The name of Valdemar´s first mistress is not known. Mistress (2): HELENE Guttormsdotter, daughter of Jarl GUTTORM in Sweden & his wife ---. The primary source which confirms her parentage and relationship with King Valdemar has not yet been identified. She married as his third wife, Esbern "Snare" [Hvide] (Fjenneslev [1127]-[S%C3%A6byg%C3%A5rd] 1204, bur Sorø Abbey).

King Valdemar II & his first wife MARGARETA of Bohemia had one child:

  • 1. VALDEMAR (1209-Revsnæs near Kalundborg 28 Nov 1231, bur Ringsted Church). The Annales Ryenses record the birth in 1209 of "Waldemarus tertius filius secundi"[696]. The Icelandic Annals record the birth in 1209 of "Valdemarus junior, filius Valdemari senioris, Danorum regis"[697]. The Chronica Jutensis names "Waldemarum, Ericum, Abel et Christoferum" as the four legitimate sons of "Waldemarus rex"[698]. He succeeded his father in 1215 as VALDEMAR III "den Unge/the young" Joint King of Denmark, crowned 1218. The Icelandic Annals record that "Valdemarus junior Daniæ" was made king in 1215, and in a later passage that he was crowned in 1218 "Slesvici…a 22 episcopis"[699]. Imprisoned 1223-1226. The Icelandic Annals record that "Rex Danorum Valdemarus filiusque Valdemarus" were captured by "Henrico comite Palatino" in 1223[700]. "Waldemari iunioris, Danorum Sclavorumque regis" confirmed a sale of property to "fratribus Esromensibus" by undated charter (included under 1230 in the compilation)[701]. The Icelandic Annals record the death in 1231 of "Valdemarus junior Danorum rex"[702]. He died after being accidentally shot while hunting[703]. The Annales Stadenses record the death in 1231 of "iunioris regis Daciæ" within a few weeks of his wife[704]. The burial records of Ringsted record "Waldemarus tercius filius Waldemari secundi" who died "in venacione in silua Resnes…IV Kal Dec" in 1231[705]. married (Ribe 23/24 Jun 1229) Infanta dona LEONOR de Portugal, daughter of dom AFFONSO II King of Portugal & his wife Infanta doña Urraca de Castilla (1211-28 Aug 1231, bur Ringsted Church). The contract of marriage between “Waldemarus secundus…Danorum Sclavorumque rex…filius noster rex Waldemarus” and “domine A” is dated 25 Jun 1229, subscribed by “filius noster Kanutus dux Estonie, nepos noster Albert comes Orlemunde et dominus Alsie…”[706]. The De Rebus Hispaniæ of Rodericus Ximenes names "Alienor" as daughter of "Aldefonsum" & his wife, specifying that she married "Regi Daciæ" but died childless[707]. The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos names "D. Leonor muger del hijo del Rey Marces" as the daughter of "D. Alonso Sanchez Rey de Portugal" and his wife "D. Urraca"[708]. The Annales Ryenses record the marriage "Ripis in festo beati Iohannis baptistæ" of "rex Waldemarus III" and "filia Portugaliæ Elienor" and in a later passage her death in 1231 "in parto"[709]. The Annales Stadenses record the death in 1231 of "uxor iunioris regis Daciæ"[710]. The burial records of Ringsted record "Waldemarus tercius filius Waldemari secundi" and "uxor sua Elienor filia regis Hispanie" who died "III Id Mai" in 1231[711].

King Valdemar III & his wife LEONOR de Portugal had one child:

  • a) child ([28] Aug 1231-[28 Aug] 1231). The Annales Ryenses record that "regina Elienor" died "in parto" but does not specify if the child survived or, if so, for how long[712].

King Valdemar II & his second wife BERENGARIA de Portugal had four children:

  • 2. ERIK (1216-murdered 10 Aug 1250, bur Schleswig St Peter, transferred 1257 to Ringsted Church). The Annales Ryenses record the birth in 1216 of "Ericus filius Waldemari regis" and specifying that his father granted him "ducatum Iutiæ"[713]. The Icelandic Annals record the birth in 1216 of "Ericus filius Valdemari Danorum regis, cui tunc Valdemarus rex ducatum, sed Nicolao filio suo comitatum Hallandiæ contulit"[714]. The Chronica Jutensis names "Waldemarum, Ericum, Abel et Christoferum" as the four legitimate sons of "Waldemarus rex"[715]. The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names (in order) "regem Ericum, ducem Abel et comitem Christophorum" as the three sons of "rex Dacie Waldemarus"[716]. The Icelandic Annals record the death in 1231 of "Valdemarus junior Danorum rex" and the succession and coronation of "Ericus Sanctus frater eius"[717]. He succeeded his father in 1241 as ERIK IV "Plovpennig/Plough-Penny" King of Denmark. The Annales Stadenses record that Erik King of Denmark was killed by his brother Abel in 1250[718]. The Icelandic Annals record that "Erici sancti Valdemari filii Danorum regis" was killed "vespera festi Laurentii" in 1249[719]. His murder by his brother Abel is recorded by Matthew of Paris[720]. The Chronica Jutensis records that "Ericus" was captured "Sleswik…in vigilia beati Laurencii" by "fratrem suum Abel", killed "per Sliam navigio", buried "in ecclesia beati Petri..:Sleswik", and later transferred "per Christoferum regem fratrem eius in Ringstad"[721]. The burial records of Ringsted record "beatus Ericus rex filius regis Waldemari secundi" who was killed "in Sliæ…V Id Aug" in 1250, transferred "Ringstadis de Slæswigh per fratrem suum Christoforum regem Danorum" in 1257[722]. married (Papal dispensation 4o Anagni 31 Jul 1239, 9 Oct 1239) as her first husband, JUTTA von Sachsen, daughter of ALBRECHT I Duke of Saxony & his first wife Anna of Austria. The Chronica Jutensis records that "Ericum", son of "Waldemarus rex", married "Juttam filiam ducis Saxonie"[723]. The Icelandic Annals record the marriage in 1239 of "Ericus Danorum rex Valdemari filius" and "Juttam filiam Henrici ducis Anhaltini"[724]. Pope Gregory IX issued a dispensation for the marriage of "Ericum filium Waldemari regis" and "Juttam filiam ducis Saxoniæ" dated 31 Jul 1239[725]. The Cronica Principum Saxonie names "Iuttam [uxor] Ericus rex Dacie" as daughter of "Albertus dux" & his first wife Agnes[726]. The Annales Stadenses records the marriage "1239 die Dyonisii" of "Ericus rex Daciæ [frater Abel]" and "filiam ducis Alberti de Anehalt"[727]. The Annales Ryenses record the marriage in 1239 of "rex Ericus" and "Iudith filiam ducis Saxoniæ"[728]. 1250. She married secondly Burchard von Querfurt-Magdeburg. The primary source which confirms her second marriage has not yet been identified.

King Erik IV & his wife JUTTA von Sachsen had six children:

  • a) CHRISTOFFER (-before 10 Aug 1250). The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified.
  • b) KNUD (-before 10 Aug 1250). The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified.
  • c) SOPHIE (-1286). The Icelandic Annals record a visit to "Konúngahellam…festo martyris Albani" by "rex Valdemarus Sophiaque regina cum filio domicello Erico annos quinque nato" in 1276[729]. married (1260, divorced after 1276) as his first wife, VALDEMAR Birgersson King of Sweden [Folkunge], son of BIRGER Magnusson Jarl and Regent of Sweden [Folkunga%C3%A4tten] & his first wife Ingeborg of Sweden ([1237]-Nyköping Castle 26 Dec 1302).
  • d) INGEBORG ([1244]-24/26 Mar 1287). The Icelandic Annals record the marriage in 1261 of "Rex Magnus" and "Ingeborgam filiam sancti Erici Valdemari filii Danorum regis"[730]. The Icelandic Annals record the death in 1287 of "Regina Ingeburga Erici filia"[731]. married (Bergen 11 Sep 1261) MAGNUS of Norway, son of HAAKON "den Gamle/the Old" King of Norway & his wife Margret Skulesdatter (Tønsberg 1 May 1238-Bergen 9 May 1280, bur Bergen, St Olav's Abbey). He succeeded his father in 1263 as MAGNUS IV "Lagabøte/Lagabæter/the Law-reformer" King of Norway.
  • e) JUTTA ([1246]-[1286/95]). Abbess of St Agneta in Roskilde 1266. She left the convent in 1271[732]. "Anundi Haraldi filii et --- sacerdotis, nuntiorum regis Norvegie" sent letters, undated but placed with documents dated to 1284 or after in the compilation, relating to the property of "domicellarum Juttæ et Agnetis, filiarum Erici quondam Daciæ regis"[733]. Mistress: of VALDEMAR Birgersson King of Sweden [Folkunge], son of BIRGER Magnusson Jarl and Regent of Sweden [Folkunga%C3%A4tten] & his first wife Ingeborg of Sweden ([1237]-Nyköping Castle 26 Dec 1302).
  • f) AGNES ([1249]-[after 1296]). She founded the Convent of St Agneta in Roskilde, becoming Abbess there [1266]. She left the convent in 1271[734]. "Anundi Haraldi filii et --- sacerdotis, nuntiorum regis Norvegie" sent letters, undated but placed with documents dated to 1284 or after in the compilation, relating to the property of "domicellarum Juttæ et Agnetis, filiarum Erici quondam Daciæ regis"[735]. [The Icelandic Annals record the marriage in 1296 of "Ericus dux Langelandiæ" and "Agnesam virginem, materteram Erici regis Norvegiæ"[736]. This marriage appears unlikely considering the considerable age difference between the alleged spouses. married (1296) ERIK Eriksson "Langben/Long-bone" Duke of Langeland, son of ERIK I Herzog von Schleswig & his wife Margareta von Rügen (1272-1310).]
  • 3. SOPHIE (1217-Flensburg 2 Nov 1247, bur Ribe, Franciscan Abbey). married ([1233/35]%29 as his first wife, JOHANN I Markgraf von Brandenburg, son of ALBRECHT II Markgraf von Brandenburg [Askanier] & his wife Mathilde von Lensberg ([1208/13]-[3 Jun 1266/2 Feb 1267], bur Kloster Chorin).
  • 4. ABEL (1218-killed in battle in Friesland 29 Jun 1252, bur Schleswig). The Chronica Jutensis names "Waldemarum, Ericum, Abel et Christoferum" as the four legitimate sons of "Waldemarus rex"[737]. The Annales Ryenses name "Berengaria" as mother of "regum Erici, Abel et Cristophori"[738]. The Chronicle of Alberic de Trois-Fontaines names (in order) "regem Ericum, ducem Abel et comitem Christophorum" as the three sons of "rex Dacie Waldemarus"[739]. The Annales Stadenses record that "comes Adolfus de Scowenburg" appointed "generum suum Abel ducem Daciæ" as tutor of his young children when he became a monk, a later passage recording that he renounced the appointment in Hamburg in 1241[740]. He succeeded in 1250 as ABEL King of Denmark, after murdering his brother King Erik and was crowned "in die omnium sanctorum"[741]. “A...Danorum Sclauorumque rex, dux Jucie” confirmed the privileges of Rostock, referring to the previous actions of “patri nostro bone memorie et fratri nostro...et...genero nostro domino Buraewino”, by charter dated 25 Apr 1251[742]. The Icelandic Annals record that "Abelis Danorum regis" was killed in 1252[743]. The Annales Erphordenses record that "Abel rex Dacie" was killed "1252 pridie Kal Iul" by the Frisians[744]. married (Schleswig 25 Apr 1237) as her first husband, MECHTILD von Holstein, daughter of ADOLF IV Graf von Holstein und Stormarn & his wife Hedwig zur Lippe (-1288, bur Varnhem Abbey). The Chronica Jutensis records that "Abel", son of "Waldemarus rex", married "Mectildam filiam Adulfi comitis Holzacie"[745]. The Annales Stadenses record the marriage "1237 VII Kal Mai" of "dux Abel" and "filiam comitis Adolfi de Scowenborch", naming her "Mechtildem" and recording her second marriage to "ducem Sueciæ" in a later passage[746]. The Icelandic Annals record the marriage in 1237 of "Dux Abel" and "Mathildam"[747]. The Annales Ryenses record the marriage in 1237 of "dux Abel" and "Machtildem filiam comitis", specifying that this was against the wishes of his father[748]. The Annales Stadenses record that she was crowned Queen with her husband in 1250[749]. She married secondly (1261) as his second wife, Birger Magnusson Jarl Regent of Sweden. The Icelandic Annals record the marriage in 1261 of "Bergerus Sveciæ dux" and "Mathildam reginam Daniæ"[750].

King Abel & his wife MECHTILD von Holstein had four children:

  • a) VALDEMAR Abelsen (1238-1257). The Annales Stadenses name "Waldemaro" as son of Abel King of Denmark & his wife, recording that he was "a huc puerulo" in 1250[751]. The Annales Ryenses record that "Waldemarus filius ducis Abel" was captured by soldiers of the archbishop of Köln "a scolis Parisiis domum pergens"[752]. He succeeded in 1254 as Duke of Sønderjylland [Schleswig]. The Annales Ryenses record the death in 1257 of "Waldemarus dux"[753].
  • b) SOFIA ([1240]-after 1 Apr 1284). The Annales Hamburgenses record the marriage "die Blasii in Hammenburch" of "comes Bernardus de Berneburg" and "filiam regis Abel"[754]. The Cronica Principum Saxonie names "Sophiam, filiam Abel" as wife of "Bernardum comitem"[755]. "Johannes, Albertus, Bernardus...comites de Anhalt” donated property to the church of Rodebille, at the request of “matris ipsorum Sophie”, by charter dated 1 Apr 1284[756]. married (Hamburg 3 Feb 1258) BERNHARD I Fürst von Anhalt in Bernburg, son of HEINRICH I "der Fette" Graf von Anhalt und Aschersleben & his wife Irmgard von Thüringen (-[1286/87]).
  • c) ERIK Abelsen (-27 May 1272). The Annales Hamburgenses name "Ericus filius Abel regis" when recording that he received the "ducatum" in 1259[757]. He succeeded his brother in 1257 as Duke of Sønderjylland [Schleswig]. The Chronica Jutensis records that "Ericus filius Abel" was made "dux Jacie" after the death of "Waldemaro fratre eius"[758]. The Annales Ryenses record the death in 1272 of "dux Ericus"[759].
  • d) ABEL (1252-Svendborg 2 Apr 1279, bur Svendborg, Franciscan Abbey). The Cronica Principum Saxonie names "Erichum et Abel" as the two sons of "Abel, filius Woldemari regis Dacie" & his wife[760].
  • 5. CHRISTOFFER ([1219]-Ribe 29 May 1259, bur Ribe Cathedral). The Annales Ryenses name "Berengaria" as mother of "regum Erici, Abel et Cristophori"[761]. He succeeded his brother in 1252 as CHRISTOFFER I King of Denmark.

King Valdemar I had one illegitimate child by Mistress (1):

  • 6. NIELS Valdemarsen (-[1218/19]). The Annales Ryenses name "Nicolao filio illegitimo [Waldemari Regis]" specifying that his father granted him "comitatum Hallandiæ"[762]. The Icelandic Annals record the birth in 1216 of "Ericus filius Valdemari Danorum regis, cui tunc Valdemarus rex ducatum, sed Nicolao filio suo comitatum Hallandiæ contulit"[763]. Count of Halland 1218. "Gozelino et Henrico fratribus, comitibus Zwerinensibus et Nicolao comite Hallandiæ" donated property to the Knights Hospitallers of St John by undated charter (included under 1217 in the compilation)[764]. married (1217) ODA von Schwerin, daughter of GÜNZEL [II] Graf von Schwerin & his wife Oda --- (-[1218/19]). A charter dated 28 Feb 1221 names “Graff Hinrichs zu Schwerin Schwester, Frau Jdda” as widow of “Graff Niclausen von Halland, könig Woldemars zu Dennemarck natürlichen Sohns” and the rights of their young son “Nicolaus” to half of the county of Schwerin[765]. Despite the wording of this charter, it appears unlikely that Oda, wife of Niels Valdemarssen, could have been the daughter of Günzel [I] Graf von Schwerin unless she was considerably younger than her known brothers. In addition, she would have been almost 100 years old when she was named in 1283, even assuming that she was born at the end of her supposed father´s lifetime. Her entitlement to half the county of Schwerin suggests that her father must have been Graf von Schwerin himself. It appears more probable that Oda was the daughter of Günzel [II] Graf von Schwerin, and therefore niece not sister of Graf Heinrich [I], although the primary source which confirms that this is correct has not yet been identified. 1283.

Niels & his wife ODA von Schwerin had one child:

  • a) NIELS ([1218]-1251, bur Sorø). A charter dated 28 Feb 1221 names “Graff Hinrichs zu Schwerin Schwester, Frau Jdda” as widow of “Graff Niclausen von Halland, könig Woldemars zu Dennemarck natürlichen Sohns” and the rights of their young son “Nicolaus” to half of the county of Schwerin[766]. Count of Halland. The Annales Ryenses record the death in 1251 of "comes Nicolaus"[767]. married as her first husband, CECILIE Jensdatter [Galen], daughter of JENS Jakobsen [Galen] & his wife Adelheid Gräfin von Dassel. Her parentage and first marriage are indicated by the charter dated 28 Jul 1267 under which "Ericus…Danorum Slavorumque rex" confirmed an agreement between her sons "Nicholaus et Iacobus fratres filii comitis Nicholai de Hallandia…suos nepotes" and "Ottonem comitem de Ravensbergh" [her mother´s sons by her second marriage] about the inheritance of her brother "dominum Iohannem parvum pie memorie fratrem suum"[768]. She married secondly (1252) R. Anders Olufsen [Glug] (-1270).

Niels & his wife CECILIE Jensdatter [Galen] had four children:

  • i) NIELS (-1271). "Ericus…Danorum Slavorumque rex" confirmed an agreement between "Nicholaus et Iacobus fratres filii comitis Nicholai de Hallandia…suos nepotes" and "Ottonem comitem de Ravensbergh" about the inheritance of "dominum Iohannem parvum pie memorie fratrem suum" by charter dated 28 Jul 1267[769].
  • ii) ANDERS (-before 28 Jul 1267). The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified.
  • iii) JAKOB (-1308). "Ericus…Danorum Slavorumque rex" confirmed an agreement between "Nicholaus et Iacobus fratres filii comitis Nicholai de Hallandia…suos nepotes" and "Ottonem comitem de Ravensbergh" about the inheritance of "dominum Iohannem parvum pie memorie fratrem suum" by charter dated 28 Jul 1267[770]. "Iacobus filius comitis Nicholai" paid money to "avunculo nostro domino Ottoni comiti de Ravensbergh" by charter dated 9 Feb 1274[771]. The Icelandic Annals record that "domicellus Jacobus filius Nicolai comitis Hallandiæ, qui filius fuit Nicolai…comitis Hallandiæ quem rex Daniæ Valdemarus genuit" visited Magnus King of Norway in 1276[772]. The Annales Lubicenses record that "Iacobus" obtained the "cometiam Hallandiæ" in 1283[773]. Count of Halland. The testament of "Wizlavus senior Ruyanorum princeps", dated 27 Dec 1302, was witnessed by "…Iacobo comiti Hallandie"[774]. m ---. The name of Jakob's wife is not known.

Jakob & his wife had three children:

  • (a) NIELS (-murdered 1314). "Nicholaus Jacobi quondam comitis Hallandie filius" issued a charter dated Jul [1310] which names "comes de Ravensberg"[775]. Count of Halland.
  • (b) VALDEMAR (-murdered 1314). The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified. Count of Halland.
  • (c) EUPHEMIA . The primary source which confirms her parentage and marriage has not yet been identified. married HENNING [I] von Putbus (-1351/2).
  • iv) CÆCILIA . The primary source which confirms her parentage and marriage has not yet been identified. married TYGE Thorstensen.

King Valdemar I had two illegitimate children by Mistress (2): HELENE Guttormsdotter

  • 7. KNUD Valdemarsen (1211-15 Oct 1260, bur Ringsted Church). The contract of marriage between “Waldemarus secundus…Danorum Sclavorumque rex…filius noster rex Waldemarus” and “domine A” is dated 25 Jun 1229, subscribed by “filius noster Kanutus dux Estonie, nepos noster Albert comes Orlemunde et dominus Alsie…”[776]. Duke of Estonia 1223, and [1238-1340].
  • 8. NN Valdemarsdatter (bur Falkenau Abbey). The primary source which confirms her parentage has not yet been identified.

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